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Lesson 1 - Introduction to Danish
What is it?

You use present tense when referring to the present; things happening now.

The Rules
Present Tense
[inf. verb] + r
Examples
InfinitivePresentEnglish
at hedde
hedder
is called
at tale
taler
speaks
at se
ser
sees
at bo
bor
lives

Exceptions!

Most important are:

InfinitivePresentEnglish
at være
er
is
at have
har
has

As you can see there is a vowel change for these verbs going from infinitive to present tense.

Examples
Jeg spiser et æbleI am eating an apple
Hun hedder PernilleShe is called Pernille
De taler danskThe speak Danish
Vi har det godtWe are well